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Old 10-13-2014, 10:44 AM   #501
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congrats medic911, ive had my first few tracks this past week and boy is it fun watching them dogs work!!
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Old 10-13-2014, 05:02 PM   #502
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]Sounds like Bagley just keeps getting better & better.

You have a great dog there Marty.





How she was able to restart that same track over and over and stay on it through all the other hog scent trails we had to have passed over is a mind boggling thing
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Old 10-13-2014, 05:09 PM   #503
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Awesome ^
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Old 10-13-2014, 05:13 PM   #504
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Old 10-13-2014, 05:36 PM   #505
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Jesse's 2nd real track and 1st fairly difficult one. About 150 yards with sporadic blood.

The only issue is, as someone said earlier, is she is going too fast and over running the track sometimes.

I hesitate to pull her lead because I don't want give her the wrong message.

Anyway, after letting her try to sort it out, we circled back to last blood and got back after it.





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Old 10-15-2014, 07:25 AM   #506
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Reds second track not very far maybe 30 yards. Dropped a bomb on this doe but we need good easy practice.
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Old 10-15-2014, 07:26 AM   #507
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Old 10-15-2014, 08:48 AM   #508
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This easy practice is too easy. Where the heck was my tracking dog when the deer ran for miles Now you hit em, they walk a few feet and you see where they fall over.
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Old 10-15-2014, 08:58 AM   #509
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This easy practice is too easy. Where the heck was my tracking dog when the deer ran for miles Now you hit em, they walk a few feet and you see where they fall over.
When I first got Bagley, I had the same problem.
I even tied one deer to my 4 wheeler that had only ran 50 yards and drug it for 1/2 a mile for her to follow
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Old 10-15-2014, 09:23 AM   #510
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I shot a doe last weekend for my dog to track and she dropped in her tracks... Never been so annoyed with dropping a deer! So I grabbed her and drug her 100 yards before I got tired and then went and got the pup, lol.
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Old 10-15-2014, 10:03 AM   #511
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When I first got Bagley, I had the same problem.
I even tied one deer to my 4 wheeler that had only ran 50 yards and drug it for 1/2 a mile for her to follow
did it work? I was thinking about doing that with the tractor
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Old 10-15-2014, 10:40 AM   #512
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Was able to get Reece my 8 month old Drahthaar out on her first real track a little over a week ago for OKTX. She loved every minute of it and is on pace to be a stellar tracker-

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Old 10-19-2014, 09:00 AM   #513
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Another one our Drahthaars made 2 recoveries on pigs yesterday. This pig went a long ways and through some thick stuff, never would of found him without Guinness-

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Old 10-19-2014, 06:11 PM   #514
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I was just hanging out at the house today playing with the puppies when I get a call at 1:30 from a guy I know. He tells me that his wife shot her first deer with her bow at 7:20 this morning and can't find it. He says that he found some blood, but not a lot. I ask the regular questions, where did she hit the deer, broad heads, distance, pass thru or not, etc......He tells me that she is shooting a low poundage bow and did not get a pass thru shot. Deer was 20 yards kinda quartering away. I told him that we would give it a try, so I load up and drive almost and hour to his deer lease. He shows me the blood trail, which is not very good. Blood drops are no bigger than a match head, but there are a lot of them. He had the trail marked with toilet paper. I put Bourbon and Boudin and the trail and they take off like rockets until the end of the blood. By this time, we are about 600 yards from where she shot the buck. The dogs work it out and act like they are on his trail. We go another 200 yards and come to a creek. Bourbon is about 60 yards ahead of us across the creek and over a slight rise, where I can"t see him. I hear Bourbon bark and he runs back to us. I told my buddy that he found the deer and he is still alive, because Bourbon wont bay a dead deer. Sure enough, the dogs run back across the creek and start baying. We get across and over a rise where we can see, and there is the buck standing in the creek with the arrow sticking out of his side. A little back in the guts. Dogs baying like crazy, deer just standing there. I ask if they have a bow in the truck, buddy says, yes and takes off to get his bow. I whip out the IPhone and take some pics and video, then catch the dogs and have to wait about 20 minutes for him to get back with his bow. All the time, the deer is just standing there and the dogs are on leads baying like crazy. Buddy finally gets back and slings an arrow into the buck and he explodes out of the creek and runs about 20 yards and crashes. Dogs did a great job for the conditions and I couldn't be happier for his wife. First bow kill and it's a nice one.

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Old 10-19-2014, 06:12 PM   #515
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Thats awesome man and she sure looks happy!! That smile makes it all worth it. Nice work by the dogs and cant wait till spring! How did Boudin do?

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Old 10-19-2014, 08:38 PM   #517
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My 12 week old pup found her 1st one.

Not a difficult track, about 100 yards..

She likes it!!

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Old 10-19-2014, 08:45 PM   #519
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My 12 week old pup found her 1st one.

Not a difficult track, about 100 yards..

She likes it!!

That's awesome DJ. I hope you hosed her off before the ride home.
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Old 10-19-2014, 08:53 PM   #520
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Congrats on this weekends tracks!
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Old 10-19-2014, 08:57 PM   #521
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Nah

She came home like a warrior.

She did however get a good bath when we got to the house!!
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Old 10-20-2014, 06:59 AM   #522
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Nice job steve. Wish we would had the same luck. My doe was spined and was DRT so no track. And my father in laws deer was never recovered. Jenna kept taking me to open pasture and then circling back. The old man is sure the buck did not go out there. He was also sure there was no blood on his bolt, which I smelt and for sure had blood on it, he was also sure there was no blood out there, which jenna drug me to blood down a path that he was sure the buck did not go...... We were even able to locate a dog with in 20 min from us who was willing to come out. The old man is sure it was a belly shot and only winged the buck after shooting his cross bow back at the house and it hitting low. We searched for most of the day and only found the puddles in the beginning that jenna found right away. Man I wish he would let the other dog come out so I would know if jenna was right about the buck going to the open pasture.
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Old 10-20-2014, 02:44 PM   #523
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Old 10-20-2014, 03:05 PM   #524
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I'm not against using blood. Blood puts off scent and that's what the dog is after. I would encourage you to use other scents from time to time.
With my young pups,as they advance, I only drip blood from a hide and back legs. I believe it makes them pick up all of the scents of a wounded deer. By the time they are really doing well, I will age the track for 12 hours with only 4 ounces of blood.800 yards minimum. We worked up to 24 hour tracks. Most of the blood is at the beginning and the end of a trail (with the hide). The bulk of the track is done finding the hide and hoof scent with very little blood. I've done it with rubber boots, on a golf cart, and horseback. Those dogs can sniff out where you've been so the absolute best way to practice is on a real track. I learned from some of the best and some of the best dogs, and I still screwed up the first time I trained one (shes good; but not as good as the others). It's alot of hard work and patience. Learning from another dog on real tracks is priceless. Mocks are really good for introducing what the dogs job will be, and they will enjoy it. Mine have found many deer now so it's not as exciting for them. They know when it's just for fun or practice. Sometimes I'll run a mock at a buddies ranch to make it feel a little more real. As mentioned earlier, having your buddies call you when they shoot one, regardless of the outcome of the shot, to let your dog work a track and "find" a deer is good practice. Good Luck! I'm in the Hill Country if you need me. CG
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Old 10-20-2014, 03:51 PM   #525
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heres one for the books for 2014 for me. got pups i need to keep going but this one was to much for them pups so had to call out ol' faithful!!
congrats to all the dogs and handlers on their recoveries!
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Old 10-20-2014, 06:43 PM   #526
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Old 10-22-2014, 06:38 PM   #528
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did it work? I was thinking about doing that with the tractor
Yes and no....
She worked the track but I could tell she new something was wrong with the whole deal.
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Old 10-24-2014, 08:20 PM   #529
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Old 10-27-2014, 09:43 AM   #530
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I bought Scout from Lovemylegacy on the forum when she was 7 weeks old. We have been working on mock trails with pig blood since that time. At 4 months old she is one the smartest dogs I've ever been around. We have hunted hard since the season opened and really looking forward to her first tracking job. Its been a tough season so far but last Friday my son Hunter finally sealed the deal with a young spike that had an injury to his back leg. (looks like he may have been hung in a fence). Well, we put Scout down at the bloody arrow and she immediately took interest and started getting excited. We lead her in the direction the deer ran and about 15 yards into the track it was obvious she was ON! The blood trail was steady but NOT one that a blind man could follow. After 120 yards she found her prize. She was so excited but I really think I was more excited. Once she got on the blood trail she never got off of it. I cant wait to get her on another trail.
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Old 10-27-2014, 01:56 PM   #531
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Congrats on all of the recoveries fellas!

Glad to see so many folks with tracking dogs.
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Old 10-27-2014, 05:53 PM   #532
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Hunter Todd! Glad Scout is doing good. Thats awesome.
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Old 10-27-2014, 06:02 PM   #533
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So many good tracking dogs on here.
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Old 10-27-2014, 06:56 PM   #534
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It's addicting.
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Old 10-27-2014, 07:00 PM   #535
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For sure no better pleasure than watching your dog work, grow, and get better
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Old 10-28-2014, 08:41 PM   #536
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Diamond got her 2nd this year. The hunter had already located and gutted the deer but on our lease we give here as much work as we can. About a 80 yd track good blood a shot site but some times spotty. She lost the trail twice but was back on in nothing flat.

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I love working with my tracker.

P.S. I know I look rough but I always try to change out of my camo so I don't get dog smell on it.
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Congrats, pyrobow!! I know how rewarding it is to see the time and effort you spent training finally pay off.
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I bought Scout from Lovemylegacy on the forum when she was 7 weeks old. We have been working on mock trails with pig blood since that time. At 4 months old she is one the smartest dogs I've ever been around. We have hunted hard since the season opened and really looking forward to her first tracking job. Its been a tough season so far but last Friday my son Hunter finally sealed the deal with a young spike that had an injury to his back leg. (looks like he may have been hung in a fence). Well, we put Scout down at the bloody arrow and she immediately took interest and started getting excited. We lead her in the direction the deer ran and about 15 yards into the track it was obvious she was ON! The blood trail was steady but NOT one that a blind man could follow. After 120 yards she found her prize. She was so excited but I really think I was more excited. Once she got on the blood trail she never got off of it. I cant wait to get her on another trail.

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I'm new to TBH but I love bow hunting and tracking dogs so I'm looking forward to conversing with all of you.
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This is Sadie. She's a Lacy and will be 2 years old this January. I put her on over 40 mock blood trails before she was 9 months old. She recovered 6 of 6 deer last year but only 1 of those was somewhat challenging. The other 5 most likely could have been recovered without a dog but they were great practice. She has recovered 2 of 4 this year. The two she didn't find this year were very likely not dead and my goal for Sadie is to run her off lead so she can bay the wounded but still alive deer.

Last year. First ever recovery.


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Sadie at about 6 weeks old.


At the end of a mock trail this past summer.


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Gut shot buck recovered for a guy this year.


Video of Sadie on her 10th mock trail. I drug a hide for probably 75% of the trail and dripped blood for the remainder. Trail is approximately 250-300 yards long. Sadie was 9 weeks old.
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Old 11-02-2014, 08:58 AM   #541
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If anyone needs a chunk of hide let me know. Caped a doe ad it ain't pretty but it'll work
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Addi's first real track. Excuse my gf in the background. She is bein her usual goofy self

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My dog was able to find a gut shot deer from a man who showed up back to our camp. I'm glad that my Lacy was able to find the deer in less than 10 minutes and was able to bay the deer up so that the man could harvest his deer. Good Job Zoey!!!!
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Old 11-02-2014, 11:55 AM   #546
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Here's Sadie with her first deer. Looking very promising.
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Congrats guys and looks like yalls dogs are doing awesome!
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Old 11-02-2014, 01:01 PM   #548
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Congrats to all. Yesterday was Teebows 1st find, took less than 5 minutes. I had spent 3 hrs on the blood trail and about .75 of a mile, finally got to the point where I could not find anymore blood. Teebow found it in less than 5 minutes deer was still alive, he took it down and I quickly cut its throat. Teebows 1st find was full of excitement. needless to say I was impressed with Teebows ability. He has sired some very good trackers(many have been bought on here) and I was pleased to see where they got it from.
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Old 11-02-2014, 02:29 PM   #549
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Belle got it done again today. She found my dads deer for him. Rifle shot shoulder no exit.
He said deer went down then got up and ran off. I could not find any blood or hair. Got her in the area and she went to work, about a 70yrd track she found it. So glad cause dad was having a rough weekend after tripping and falling into a cactus and causing his gun to be off and missing a big buck.
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Old 11-02-2014, 03:43 PM   #550
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Here's Jesse's 3rd track. It was a short one but she went right to her.

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